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Most of my tutorials are written using PTU art and scrapkits! That however should not stop you from trying them. I understand not everyone can buy scrapkits and/or art but there are tons of FTU artist and freebie scrapkits that you can use. I only write tutorials as a guide. What YOU do with them is up to your imagination
All Tutorials have been written in PSP 8. They are just a guideline on how to make a tag look a certain way and do not have to be followed word for word!
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Thursday, September 24, 2009

New Tut ~Angelic~

Art ©Selina Fenech CI0280LM
This tutorial was written with PSP8 but can be done in other version. This tutorial assumes that you have a working knowledge of PSP

Image of Choice
*I am using the stunning artwork of Selina Fenech. You MUST have a license to use the same work.*
**as of right now Selina Fenech is not selling her tubes anywhere**

Land Of Make Believe kit by Kirsty
*This is a PTU kit that you can purchase HERE. Kirsty thank you for this gorgeous kit*

Font of Choice
*I am using AmbianceBT*

Lets Get Started:
1). Open your image of choice
Resize if necessary
3). Image
Canvas Size
4). Using your Freehand Selection tool set to Point To Point make an outline around the edge of the bubble
*see screenshot below for example*
5). Selections
Expand by 5
6). Copy and Paste your image as a new layer
Select None
Move your image below your bubble layer
* If the image is slightly outside the bubble follow the instructions below*
~Make your image layer active~
~Selections-Select All-Float-Defloat~
~Modify-Contract by 5~
~Press delete~
~Select None~
This should fix the problem
7). Add a slight drop shadow
*I used 0,0,40,4.00 color black*
Resize and colorize to suit your tag
*Look at my tag for placement*
Add the same dropshadow as in step #7
9). Add all appropriate copyright information and any license numbers if applicable
10). Add your name and any drop shadow or gradient glow you want to
11). Save as a .png or your preferred format and you are all done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie Lansberry on September 24, 2009. Any similarities to any other tutorial is coincidental